Tag Archives: Police Appeal

Witnesses To A Road Traffic Incident On Cooper Road Grimsby

North East Lincolnshire

19 June

We are looking for witnesses who may have seen an incident on Cooper Rd in Grimsby on Sunday 9 June.

during the incident the woman injured her knee after being struck by a car at low speed.


It happened around 5.30pm, It’s thought an argument had taken place before the woman was injured. 


A man has been arrested on suspicion of section 18 GBH and driving without insurance.

He’s been released while police do more investigations.
Anyone who saw this has been asked to contact us. We’d particularly like to speak with the driver of a silver car who was in the area at the time. 


Please quote log 483 of 09/06/19 or reference 16/67619/19

Man arrested in connection with incident at Tollbar Academy

33yr old man arrested.

Grimsby

16 Jun 2019

Officers investigating reports of cars being damaged at Tollbar Academy, Grimsby, have arrested a 33-year-old man in connection with the incident.

Damaged cars at Toll bar

He remains in our custody, helping us with our enquiries.

A number of items we believe may be linked to the incident have also been recovered.

Detective Chief Inspector Doug Blackwood said: “I’d like to thank everyone who has been in touch with information so far.

“This remains very much an active investigation and our teams are continuing to do all they can to find all those responsible.

“The items we have recovered are now undergoing forensic tests and we have a number of other lines of enquiry that we’re following up today.”

If you have information you believe could assist us, please call us on our non-emergency 101 line, quoting log number 281 of Thursday, June 13.

St Andrew’s hospice shop broken in to over the weekend.

Can you help with any information?

Retail staff at St Andrew’s Hospice in Grimsby were shocked to find a break-in at the charity’s Donation Centre, near the Lockhill roundabout in the North East Lincolnshire town.

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The Centre, which acts as a charity store, as well as the main donation drop-off point for other St Andrew’s and Andy’s retail stores, was broken into over the weekend.

“The front door of our Donation Centre in Grimsby was smashed sometime between 5.30pm on Saturday 27th April and 9.30am on Sunday 28th April,” said Tom Ryan, Head of Retail at St Andrew’s Hospice.

“Thieves tried stealing money from the till but this was empty, although they did take the Hospice collection box from the main counter in the Centre.

“This had an unspecified amount of cash inside, which would have helped provide some of the £15,000 of funds required daily to keep St Andrew’s services running.”

He continued: “The incident follows on from bin raids which are ongoing at the Donation Centre, as well as at our stores on Grimsby Road in Cleethorpes and Bradley Cross Roads in Grimsby.

“Regrettably, we were also subject to break-ins at our Louth and Gainsborough stores over the most recent festive period.”

Staff and Volunteer resilience

Members of St Andrew’s Hospice retail staff team discovered the break-in when they went to open the store on the morning of Sunday 28th April. They were understandably shocked at the events.

“The news was reported to us on Sunday morning when members of our retail team went to open up the Donation Centre for Sunday trading,” said Tom.

“It has obviously had an impact on the team, who are all very dedicated to supporting the hospice, but they have shown great resilience in the wake of the events.

“The incident delayed our opening on Sunday, which also meant a loss of earnings to the hospice, subsequent repair costs, and the knock-on effect this has to the charity.”

If anyone has any information regarding the break-in at St Andrew’s Hospice Donation Centre in Grimsby, please contact Humberside Police on 101, quoting police log number 79/28.4.19.

Police need your help with arson attack.

Do you recognise this man in the picture.

Police want to speak to this man

Police want to speak to this man following an arson attack on Farebrother Street that threatened the lives of a mum and her three children.

Humberside Police have released CCTV footage following the incident in the early hours of Wednesday April 10. 

A mum and her three children were only saved from the blaze in their front doorway after they were alerted to it by their two-year-old Dogue de Bordeaux, Kaiser.

The man is of stocky build, with brown hair and a small moustache on his upper lip, and is pictured wearing a navy blue Hugo Boss jumper, with red and white stripes on the sleeves, and a red hat.

Wanted man

Humberside Police spokesperson said: “We are appealing for help to ID the man shown in these CCTV images.

“We want to speak to him in connection with a fire at a house on Farebrother Street in Grimsby at around 3am on Wednesday 10 April.

“Do you recognise him?  If you know who he is please call us on the non-emergency number 101 quoting reference 16/46122/19.”

Can you help police find this man

He’s wanted for various offences in Grimsby

Police want to find him.

Mark Cole

24 Apr 2019

Can you help us find 32-year-old Mark Cole he is wanted in connection with numerous offences in Grimsby and we would like to find him.

If you know where he is please call 101 quoting log 168 of 22 Apr or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. 

Humberside Police
Humberside Police

Reported Rape CCTV Appeal By Humberside Police.

CCTV appeal following reported rape in Grimsby

North East Lincolnshire

21 Apr 2019

Officers investigating a reported rape on Freeman Street, Grimsby on Sunday 14 April have issued CCTV images of a man that they would like to speak to.

Police need to speak to this man.

Detective Chief Inspector Stu Miller said: “We are keen to identify and speak to the man in these images as we believe he may have information that could help our enquiries into a reported rape on Freeman Street, Grimsby on Sunday 14 April. 

“He entered Cottees Bar, Freeman Street around 00:40am on Sunday 14 April and left around 1:30am. He’s described as a white man, in his late 20s or early 30s, with short dark hair which is short at the sides and a little longer on top, and a short dark beard or stubble. 

“He was wearing a black hoody top with a zip up front, dark blue jeans and black trainers with white markings and a white sole, possibly Nike.

“Anyone that recognises him is asked to call our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 107 of 14/04/19 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

“Whilst there have been two incidents of this nature in a similar area within a relatively short period of time, there are significant differences in the circumstances of the two incidents which means that at this stage we are not connecting them.

“This type of offence is rare and I would urge the public to be alert but not alarmed. Please consider your personal safety and follow some basic advice to keep yourself safe.”

  • Avoid walking alone, or with people you don’t know, after dark.
  • Stay in well-lit areas and stick to main roads where there are other people around. 
  • Don’t walk and talk on your phone. 
  • Be aware of your surroundings and who is nearby.  
  • Use public transport or pre-booked licensed taxis.
  • Let someone know where you are, where you are going and when you expect to arrive.
  • Keep your phone with you and charged up.
  • Don’t drink to excess. Stay in control.